Interested in a studio visit?

I would love to have you come by. Please contact me to schedule a day and time that works for you. I can also bring artworks to your home or project for your review.

Lets talk! 850-502-1749 call / text tcline@teresaclinegallery.com

                                                           

Did you find a painting you love but the size or price isn’t right? Lets talk about a commissioned piece, call or email me anytime.


Contact information

Call or Text  for an appointment to visit studio gallery 850-502-1749

Email  Tclinegallery@gmail.com

 

Studio Gallery : open by appointment with flexible hours.

 

Located 27 miles from Grayton Beach Florida / the Scenic Hwy 30A beach area in an easy to find location right off North Hwy 331 .

address: 5494 Coy Burgess Loop, Defuniak Springs, Florida 32435

Contact: call text or email for an appt. and directions to studio. 

 

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 About: I am a full time professional artist living in the beautiful Florida Panhandle. I live close enough to the beach and emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico to enjoy it regularly but far enough away in the country where I have a little space, peace and quiet. My studio gallery is open by appointment, with very flexible hours. I always have a great selection of original fine art and soon I will offer a collection of fine art prints.

About my art : How do I describe thoughts or emotions or things and events without using words? How do I use the process of mark making as minimally as possible but still make an impact visually. As I’ve matured as a painter I seem to spend a lot of time thinking about how to pare down an idea to its most minimal form yet still have something interesting to say. My painting process is simply a dialog of my emotions and my mediums.  Building up layers of translucent and or opaque washes while using dynamic gestural strokes to create focal points. Working in short bursts of activity without a specific image in mind in the early stages I let the  painting kind of evolve into its own. As the painting eventually reveals itself I will more consciously direct it to a finish point. I try hard not to work it or finish it to death. I want the work to have a little mystery to it with just enough undone-unsaid so the viewer can engage in creating a finish or meaning in a personally meaningful way.